Kierkegaard’s Phenomenology of Despair in The Sickness Unto Death

  title={Kierkegaard’s Phenomenology of Despair in The Sickness Unto Death},
  author={Jon Stewart},
analysis, one must abstract from consciousness. By contrast, in order to give a concrete analysis, one must concentrate on consciousness and allow it to determine the order of the discussion. This 15 I.e. »Despair Considered Without Regard to its Being Conscious or Not,« SUD, pp. 29-42; SD, pp. 142-153. 16 I.e. »Despair as Defined by Consciousness,« SUD, pp. 42-49; SD, pp. 154-161. 17 SUD Supplement, p. 151; Pap. VIII 2 B 151, n.d. 1848. 18 SUD, p. 29; SD, p. 142. Kierkegaard's Phenomenology of… 

Reviving the Dead: A Kierkegaardian Turn from the Self-Positing to the Theological Self

Kierkegaard scholars have traditionally chosen to read Kierkegaard as either a theologian or a philosopher. As a result, his corpus is bifurcated as theologians and philosophers lean on their



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